All the head coaches of #RLDS teams:
07:00 BRONCOS coach praises the character of his young stars of the future, as they enter the unknown.
24:40 HEMEL talk of being the only southern club in the end-of-season-finals this year...
21:30 ALL GOLDS win Championship 1 Club of the year
40:40 OXFORD continue to go local down in Acap... erm, Oxfordshire.
48:45 The SKOLARS coach takes responsibility for a tough season
1:06:00 SOUTH WALES SCORPIONS with something of a sting in their tail-end of the season…
01:00 FEATURE INTERVIEW with LONDON BRONCOS head coach Joey Grima.
29.30 LEIGH ACADEMY CHAMPION SCHOOLS as Leigh Academy, from Dartford in Kent, become the first southern school ever to defend their title.
41.20 VALLEY COUGARS head coach PAUL EMANUELLI on their Conference National season, as they head into the play-offs.
Broncos coach Joey Grima
Leeds coach Brian McDermott
Journalist David Ballheimer
Medway Dragons coach Rob Powell
Chairman of Wales RL Brian Juliff
And details of a Charity game in the south.
02.00: London Broncos most high-profile 2015 recruit, out-going Wakefield full-back Richard Mathers.
14.00: Former London man, now Sky Sports expert, Jon Wells - on a whole host of topics.
33.30: Hear who will be the London RL lads drawn to be ball-boys on the day.
39.00: Plans for a fun day, at the Hive, on Challenge Cup Final day.
Reaction to the RFL announcement of the new league structures from 2015, from a number of rugby league clubs in the south. Plus the newest professional team in the country, Coventry Bears.
02.00: COVENTRY BEARS club director Alan Robinson
14.20: GLOUCESTERSHIRE ALL GOLDS first team coach Dan Garbutt.
19.30: LONDON SKOLARS commercial manager Pat Cluskey
29.10: SOUTH WALES SCORPIONS head coach Mike Grady.
38.00: HEMEL STAGS head coach Troy Perkins.
02.30 Incoming LONDON BRONCOS hooker RAY NASSO.
13.00 A different take from LONDON BRONCOS head coach JOEY GRIMA.
21.45 The London Challenge Cup winners; WESTS WARRIORS, vice-chair SHUN TAMURA.
34.00 The most southern rugby league team in the country, CORNISH REBELS chairman JOHN BEACH.
02.45: LONDON BRONCOS general manager JASON LOUBSER.
16.50 The impact of Broncos relegation, with BBC LONDON journalist Phil Parry.
28.45 Incoming BRONCOS assistant coach ANDREW HENDERSON.
38.20 Head coach MIKE GRADY talks of more positivity in SOUTH WALES.
48.30 The LONDON BRONCOS kit-man STEVE MAGEE – the only club employee who’s been there since the first Fulham game in 1980.
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03.45 One of seven inaugural London Broncos Supporters Association ROB PURDHAM - fears for his former club.
31.00 Ever-positive LONDON BRONCOS head coach JOEY GRIMA saying things are challenging even his nature – as Broncos’ winless streak goes on.
38.00 One of the latest recruits for BRONCOS 2015 squad, JOEL WICKS, outlines why he’s staying on board.
45.00 And SOUTH WALES SCORPIONS media man IAN GOLDEN on the 3 league fixtures being played on union’s Cardiff Arm’s Park pitch.
02.00 Fan, turned, mascot turned professional – young Broncos JOE KEYES signs up for the next 3 seasons, as 2 other young London-bred players do.
16.30 The LONDON BRONCOS head coach JOEY GRIMA updates us on the future plans.
27.20 We talk to the coach of LONDON SKOLARS - JOE MBU – as they get “Championship performance of the week for their win over Oxford.
35.30 And we find out about me RUGBY LEAGUE BUSINESS NETWORK from founder MARK RAMSDALE.
01.40 SOUTH WALES SCORPIONS head coach MIKE GRADY.
10.00 LONDON BRONCOS prop JON WALLACE.
20.00 Gloucestershire ALL GOLDS' DANNY THOMAS
25.00 HEMAL STAGS' EDDIE MBARAGA
31.20 PAT CLUSKEY, commercial manager at LONDON SKOLARS.
44.50 Former LONDON BRONCO, IKRAM BUTT.
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What about Munster beating The Harlequins.brilliant.
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Good luck with this Ian - hopefully at some point we can get proper coverage back on BBC London
Great show with interesting content. Hope we can both grow together!